Assistance with legal forms provided at no charge.
Appointments strongly encouraged.
Sponsored by the Warren E. Burger Law Library
View the Self Help Clinic Flyer
Download it. Print it.
Give it to someone in need of legal assistance.
Sept. 14–Nov. 23, 2013
Jan. 18–April 26, 2014
Saturdays 10:00 am –12:00 pm
William Mitchell Library Conference Room
875 Summit Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55105
Access the clinic through William Mitchell College of Law’s main entrance. Proceed to the second floor, through the Kelley Board Room.
Accessible via bus
- Route 21 (Selby)
- Route 63 (Grand)
- Route 50 (University)
Stories from and about the Mitchell Self-Help Clinic
We are a group of William Mitchell College of Law students, alumni, and reference librarians who volunteer to help individuals represent themselves in court.
The Clinic provides assistance completing self help form for the following legal issues:
- Criminal Expungment
- Child Support Modification
- Establishing Custody and Parenting Time
- Modifying Parenting Time
Make an Appointment
For an appointment, please call (651) 695-7609 or email us at email@example.com.
NOTE: We are unable to make an appointment for you if you already have an attorney. We can only provide appointment support with the self help forms for the above 5 services. However, don’t hesitate to contact us to request other resources in the area.
What To Expect
Our student staff is trained to provide legal assistance with filling out the required paperwork in the areas listed above. Our services focus on the completion of pro se paperwork. If you need assistance with something outside of the five services listed above, we would be happy to refer to you to other resources in the area.
We have volunteer attorneys on staff each Saturday who can answer questions about forms you plan to file, answer questions about the legal process, and provide advice on how to obtain the legal result you seek.
Click on the issue above for a list of documents to bring to your appointment. They will allow us to help you as best we can.
We cannot and will not serve as legal counsel or represent anyone in court.